List of featured suppliers of PERMEABLE PAVING on Building Products Index
Permeable paving refers to a type of surface material that allows water to seep through rather than pooling on top. This is achieved through the use of porous or permeable materials such as gravel, open-cell pavers, or paving grids. Permeable paving is often used in construction and building projects to promote environmental sustainability and reduce runoff by allowing rainwater to infiltrate into the ground, replenishing aquifers and reducing the risk of flooding or erosion. The porous nature of permeable paving also reduces the need for stormwater management systems and can improve the overall aesthetic of a project by providing a natural, textured surface.